MacJury #1012: The MacJury Considers Apple’s WWDC 2010 Keynote Announcements (Part 1)

Steve Jobs took the stage at the Apple Worldwide Developer’s Conference 2010 to announce iPhone 4.0, iOS 4 and more. The MacJury examines those announcements and more, including why the whole Gizmodo affair didn’t tarnish the the excitement of the new iPhone, FaceTime and why they think the time for video calls may have finally arrived, and the goods and bads of the keynote demos. Apple’s handling of a potential trademark issue, why the video capabilities of the iPhone 4 and iMovie for iPhone may be the device’s killer app and more are all addressed in Part One of a two-part discussion by the panel of John F. Braun, Bryan Chaffin, Peter Cohen, Keith Lang, Chuck LaTournous and host Chuck Joiner.


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